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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Spring Roll - Ramadan Special

Just like Samosas, this is one of the other favorite Ramadan delicacy that we make before hand and freeze it for a rainy day :)... You always have to plan your Ramadan out if you are working full time. I really wish that one of these Ramadan months, I will be able to take the entire month off and be actually able to celebrate it as I want and make fresh new dishes every day for the loved ones. For now it seems like I have a long way to go for getting the entire month off.

Anyways, people say that these are easier to make compared to samosas. However, to me they are both the same, neither one is more complicated than other.

  1. Two chicken breasts - boiled and shredded into small pieces
  2. Half pack of frozen mixed vegetable (green peas, corn, carrots, and green beans)
  3. 7-8 green chilies
  4. One tsp red chili powder
  5. One tsp dhaniya powder
  6. One tsp turmeric powder
  7. Salt per taste
  8. Two tblsp soy sauce
  9. Three tblsp finely chopped ginger and garlic
  10. Fresh cilantro - finely chopped, a bunch
  11. Salt per taste
  12. TJY Spring Roll Pastry Sheets - thawed
  13. For sticking purposes - mix three tblsp of warm water with one tblsp of all purpose flour, making a thick paste
  14. Three tblsp cooking oil

  1. In a wok, heat oil.
  2. Add in shredded chicken and ginger-garlic. Mix well.
  3. Add in mixed vegetable, soy sauce, chili powder, dhaniya powder, turmeric powder, salt, and green chilies. Mix well.
  4. Cover and let it cook for 5-7 minutes.
  5. Add in chopped cilantro and mix well.
  6. Let it cool before making the rolls.
  7. Take one spring roll sheet, place chicken mixture in one corner of the sheet, fold the corner over covering the mixture.
  8. Fold the right side sheet, then fold the left side sheet.
  9. Roll it over, place some sticking maida on the last corner and close. (See steps 1-7 in picture below).
  10. The above mixture should make about 125 spring rolls.
  11. You can freeze them by place it in Ziploc bags.
  12. Thaw rolls prior to frying.
  13. Heat oil for deep frying, and fry the rolls till golden brown.
  14. Serve hot with soy sauce or ketchup.


17 Zayekedar Views!!!:

The spring rolls are yummy Az, nice pictures too, thanks for linking it to my event and for using the logo

Hi AZ,
The way you have shown stuffing rolls is commendable. I think stuffing a samosa is easier as compared to rolls. Both taste awesome though. Feel like to grab these rolls -:)

Ramadhan Kareem...all the clicks looks so pretty..just like u ...
love the well explianed photos...
really tempting...nicely done..

Beautifully done. Delicious.

delicious spring rolls...very inviting clicks

I haven't made these in SO long! I remember my mom used to make these all the time when I was younger, and I would gobble them down before she could even set the table.
Yours looks scrumptious!

Crispy spring rolls....awsome pics....liked ur detailed photos....

Hi AZ,

Aslaam Alaikkum !!!

Looks AAAwesome Dear....

All your Prayers should reach to Almighty !!!

delicious. as usual beautiful clicks.

Hi AZ ,

Looks delicious !!!

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